Wiremu

Origin : Maori,

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Wiremu Expression, Wiremu Soul Urge, Wiremu Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Wiremu:

numerologyName Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma

additional

Additional information Wiremu:

additionalMaori form of WILLIAM

songs

Songs about Wiremu:

songsHeavenly Blessings (feat. Wiremu Gin) by Ivoga Green and Niu Ta'ala from the Album Quiet Intensity

songsStand Firm In Christ (feat. Wiremu Gin & Georgina Poloa-Tilialo) by Ivoga Green and Niu Ta'ala from the Album Quiet Intensity

songsWiremu on the Rampage by Karl Jenkins/London Symphony Orchestra/Synergy Vocals from the Album River Queen

songsWiremu Ratana by He Toa Takatini from the Album A Selection Of Authentic Maori Songs & Chants

books

Books about Wiremu:

booksTe Ao Wiremu, Bill's World by mr bill rosoman Dip CS (Oct 19, 2014)

booksWiremu Tamihana: Rangatira by Evelyn Stokes (2002)

booksWiremu Pere: The Life and Times of a Maori Leader, 1837-1915 by Joseph Te Kani Pere and et al. (Nov 1, 2010)

booksWiremu Pere: The Life and Times of a Maori Leader by Joseph Te Kani Pere (May 18, 2012)

booksThe Last Maopo: The Life and First World War Sacrifice of Wiremu Maopo by Tania Simpson (Mar 1, 2015)

booksThe book of Wiremu by Stella Margery Morice (1966)

booksWiremu Toetoe Tumohe and Te Hemara Rerehau Paraone: Two Maori in Vienna (Working Papers of the Centre for Germanic... by Anne Morrell (2002)

wiki

Wiki information Wiremu:

Wiremu Tamihana
Deceased Person, Person

Wiremu Tamihana Tarapipipi Te Waharoa, generally known as Wiremu Tamihana, was a leader of the Ngāti Hauā Māori iwi in nineteenth century New Zealand, and is sometimes known as the kingmaker for his role in the Māori King Movement. Tamihana was born...

Wiremu Kingi
Deceased Person, Person

Wiremu Kingi Te Rangitake, Māori Chief of the Te Āti Awa Tribe, was leader of the Māori forces in the First Taranaki War. He was born in 1795-1800 in Manukorihi pa, near Waitara. He was one of the 3 sons of Reretawhangawhanga and Te Whetu. He and his...